Up for auction is this set of authentic 1960s Heuer Sebring and 24-hour Master Time dashboard timers. The Sebring is stated to be in perfecting working condition. The Master Time winds but could use a service as the second-hand tickets for a few seconds and then stops. Exhibiting a beautiful patina, this set makes a perfect complement to the dashboard of any vintage automobile.
The Heuer 24-hour Master Time is believed to be an early example that debuted in 1968. The Master Time is an 8-day precision clock with sweep second hand, luminous dial, and hands. The dial has numerals 2 - 24 and is powered by an Arogno caliber 28 with a rotating bezel. The Master Time employs hour, minute, and second hands. The central plunger winds and sets the clock.
The Heuer Sebring is a split-second timer with a decimal dial. The Sebring uses an A. Schild 1564R, which is a seven-jewel movement. The Sebring includes a 1/5 second and 1/100-minute (decimal) recorder with split action, large hands registering 0 - 60 minutes, luminous dial and hands, 2 crown functions with time-out and locked return, control of split action by left side push button, rotating bezel and is shock-protected.
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